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Stewart Albertson
Challenger (Removed) Democratic
Mike Beitiks
Challenger (Lost) No Party Preference
Rocky Chavez
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Greg Conlon
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Thomas Del Beccaro
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Pamela Elizondo
Challenger (Lost) Green Party
Eleanor Garcia
Challenger (Lost) No Party Preference
Tim Gildersleeve
Challenger (Lost) No Party Preference
Cristina Grappo
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Clive Grey
Challenger (Lost) No Party Preference
Don Grundmann
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Jason Hanania
Challenger (Lost) No Party Preference
Kamala Harris
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Mark Herd
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Von Hougo
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Donald Krampe
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Jason Kraus
Challenger (Lost) No Party Preference
Jerry Laws
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Gail Lightfoot
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Paul Merritt
Challenger (Lost) No Party Preference
Massie Munroe
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Gar Myers
Challenger (Lost) No Party Preference
Tom Palzer
Challenger (Lost) Republican
John Parker
Challenger (Lost) Peace and Freedom
Herbert Peters
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Emory Rodgers
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Karen Roseberry
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Loretta Sanchez
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Ling Ling Shi
Challenger (Lost) No Party Preference
Steve Stokes
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Duf Sundheim
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Ron Unz
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Scott Vineberg
Challenger (Lost) No Party Preference
Jarrell Williamson
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Phil Wyman
Challenger (Lost) Republican
George Yang
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Senator Dianne Feinstein
Senior Seat Democratic
Senator Barbara Boxer
Junior Seat Democratic

U.S. House

District 29
Representative Tony Cárdenas
District 29 (Running) Democratic
Richard Alarcón
District 29 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Benny Bernal
District 29 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
David Guzman
District 29 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Joseph Shammas
District 29 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 30
Representative Brad Sherman
District 30 (Running) Democratic
Luke Davis
District 30 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Patrea Patrick
District 30 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Raji Rab
District 30 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Mark Reed
District 30 Challenger (Running) Republican
Navraj Singh
District 30 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Chris Townsend
District 30 Challenger (Lost) Republican

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District 39
Assembly Member Patty Lopez
District 39 (Running) Democratic
Raul Bocanegra
District 39 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Mina Creswell
District 39 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Joel Fajardo
District 39 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Joanne Fernandez
District 39 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Kevin Suscavage
District 39 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 43
Assembly Member Mike Gatto
District 43 Democratic
Andrew Blumenfeld
District 43 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Dennis Bullock
District 43 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Alexandra Bustamante
District 43 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Aaron Cervantes
District 43 Challenger (Running) American Independent
Rajiv Dalal
District 43 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Laura Friedman
District 43 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Ardy Kassakhian
District 43 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Mark MacCarley
District 43 Challenger (Lost) Republican
District 46
Assembly Member Adrin Nazarian
District 46 (Running) Democratic
Angela Rupert
District 46 Challenger (Running) Democratic

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District 18
Senator Robert Hertzberg
District 18 Democratic

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State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Golden State
  • Motto: Eureka [I Have Found It]
  • Area: 158,693 sq mi
  • Population: 36,961,664 (2009 est.)
  • Capital: Sacramento
  • Statehood: Sept. 9, 1850 (31st state)
  • Highest Point: Mt. Whitney, 14,491 ft
  • Lowest Point: Death Valley, 282 ft below sea level.
  • Bird: California Valley Quail
  • Flower: Golden Poppy
  • Electoral Votes: 55
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